KNO Clothing Birthday Bash

This past Friday was the 2nd Birthday Party of KNO Clothing at the Rosenfeld Gallery in Olde City and I was happily able to attend. As KNO Clothing is always looking for a great way to support homeless individuals and families, all of the proceeds from this event went towards helping those who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. You can learn more about KNO and their mission on their website.

There was a special kind of vivacity in the air on Friday night and the gallery served as a perfect backdrop for the occasion. While guests were able to browse the stunning paintings on display by Mary Nomecos, which are in exhibition until November 25, the DJ played upbeat remixes of bands like Vampire Weekend and Arcade Fire (which happen to be two of my favorites!). KNO Clothing’s “manifesto” and a collage of all they have helped to accomplish in the last two years could also be seen. 
Later on that night, the founders of KNO kicked off a fun and intimate fashion show featuring their Fall/ Winter 2012 collection chock-full of creative t-shirt designs and unbelievably comfortable-looking sweatshirts and zip-ups. The collection will be launching on their website soon and, as always when you shop at KNO, 50% of the profits will help to end homelessness. Your purchase will provide an article of clothing to someone in need as well. Also check out the upcoming campaign called KNOvember which will take place over the course of the holiday season!

Overall, I had a fantastic time at the KNO Clothing party, and the fact that it was for such a good cause made it all the more enjoyable. Thanks, KNO Clothing! You can definitely count on some purchases from me in the near future!

Photography & Words by Lindsay Thomson

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